Centenary is great for students looking for a medium town kind of college feel with small classes and a very small student size. Professors here are great and really willing to help further a student's education. You have to be willing to put forth effort because classes are academically competitive. There is still plenty of time to have a well-rounded social life, balancing sports and on-campus clubs/activites. You do tend to make life-long friends here and people are very warm and always looking for ways to help out.
One who is looking for a wide variety of learning opportunities which will expand and alter their perception on everyday life. Also, a person who likes having discussion based small classes, consisting of between ten and seventeen students. A person attending this school should be able to handle large loads of homeworks and projects, and be able to manage free time well.
I'm not really sure, but I can tell you one thing- homophobes should stay far away! You don't have to be ultra-liberal by any means, but there are a lot of gay students, so if you're not comfortable with that, I'd advise you strongly against coming.
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